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On January 19, 2021, Dr. Vladimir A. Orlov, Director of the PIR Center, gave an interview to Security Index journal.

 

SECURITY INDEX: In your recent op-ed column, co-authored with Sergey Semenov and published by Kommersant Daily, you stated that “Russia and the United States, as major nuclear-weapo...

 

Since I delivered these remarks during a Track Two meeting between US and Russian experts, my essential point remains unchanged: Washington and Moscow need to discuss nuclear weapons and doctrine, even at the toughest bilateral moments. However, there remains a major obstacle to a similar discuss...

Iran, missiles and internet governance – new entries in our blog

29.11.2013

MOSCOW, NOVEMBER 29, 2013. PIR PRESS – «The time has come for stepping up bilateral economic cooperation with Iran. It is also time to offer the country full SCO membership, without waiting for the UN Security Council sanctions to be lifted. Up until now, these sanctions were used as a flimsy excuse to deny membership to Tehran. Now that even Washington is finally talking about the lifting of sanctions, it is high time for Russia to give fresh impetus to its strategic cooperation with Iran», – PIR Center President Vladimir Orlov.

We offer you the selection of the latest entries from PIR Center blog from November 24 to 29, 2013. Agreement with Iran in Geneva was the leitmotif of the period; however a number of other issues came to our attention.   

In his entry “Teheran-13” (in Russian) PIR Center Information Program Director Andrey Baklitskiy thoroughly analyses the text of the agreement between Iran and the P5+1 and names the main consequences of the deal.

PIR Center Senior Vice President Evgeny Buzhinsky is searching for an answer to the question “Should we expect Iranian missiles over New York?” (in Russian) in the texts of Michael Elleman and rigorous analysis of Teheran’s missile technologies.

The Chairman of PIR Center Executive Board Michael Yakushev is assembling a circuitous route “From Brazil to Argentina through Germany and Indonesia” (in Russian) trying to explain how the “Edward Snowden case” have influenced and still affects the global internet governance.

Finally, PIR Center President Vladimir Orlov in his entry “Iran. Geneva. Deal. Breathing space” not only depicts a wider picture of regional and global changes that Geneva deal brought to existence, but also comes up with a set of tailor-made moves and solutions for the key players. According to PIR Center President: «The time has come for stepping up bilateral economic cooperation with Iran. It is also time to offer the country full SCO membership, without waiting for the UN Security Council sanctions to be lifted. Up until now, these sanctions were used as a flimsy excuse to deny membership to Tehran. Now that even Washington is finally talking about the lifting of sanctions, it is high time for Russia to give fresh impetus to its strategic cooperation with Iran».

These and other entries of PIR Center research fellows and experts are available at our website www.pircenter.org/en/blog

For more information regarding the blog, please contact PIR Center Inforamation Program Director Andrey Baklitskiy by phone +7 (495) 987-19-15 or by email baklitsky at pircenter.org

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